dried tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, capers, garlic, parsley, chilli, oregano, vinegar and sugar.
Many varieties of tomatoes are grown in Italy. The most widespread is San Marzano. Tomato is a food low in calories (only 17 kcal / 100g) It is rich in antioxidant substances important for health, such as Lycopene, beta-carotene (vitamin A) and vitamin C. The only mineral present in a fair amount is potassium. To become dry, tomatoes must be kept in full sun and possibly in a ventilated place for about ten days.